Location: Juneau County WI

Biography of Elbridge G. Little

Elbridge G. Little was born August 5, 1807. He obtained his preliminary education at Exeter, N.H., and graduated from the Medical College at Cleveland, Ohio. He attained eminence in his profession, and in New Lisbon, Wis., where his last years were passed, he was one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens. His wife, who was born November 4, 1809, was a daughter of Thomas and Judith (Dodge) Peabody, of the part of old Danvers, Mass., now known as Peabody. She was a sister of George Peabody, the wealthy and benevolent banker, who died in London, and who bequeathed to her son, George Peabody Little, a portion of his vast wealth. Six children were born to Dr. and Mrs. Little, George P.; Allen F., who was born August 12, 1838; and Henry C., who was born March 31, 1842. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now George Peabody Little was educated in the academy in Lewiston, N.Y., Pembroke Academy of Pembroke, N.H., and the gymnasium and military...

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Wisconsin Gold Star List – Juneau County

Army Bradley, Gaylord Anderson, 22, Mauston; mus 3cl 128inf; Alsace, Chateau Thierry, Soissons, Verdun; dw Oct 7, ’18. Carlsen, Nels Peter, 23, Orange; WNG; pvt 128inf; Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne, defsec; kia Nov 10, ’18. ° Chamberlain, Harry, 22, Mauston ; pvt 128inf; Alsace, Chateau Thierry, Soissons, Verdun; dw Oct 7,’18. Clark, Otis Ferguson, 21, Wonewoc; pvt 1cl 128inf; 2Marne, Argonne; kia Nov 10,’18. Cleary, John A., 27, Elroy; pvt ordreinfcmtdet; cverseas; dd (pneu) Oct 18, ’18. Cleary, Michael J., 24, Elroy ; pvt 118engnrs ; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 10, ’18. Decorah, Robert, 24, Mauston; WNG; pvt 1cl 128inf; Marne; kia Aug 1, ’18. Fletcher, Wyman C., 30, Mauston; Sept autrpldrft, Camp MacArthur; U. S.; dd (diabetes) Sept 7,’18. Frazier, Wyman C., 28, New Lisbon; pvt Sept autrpldrft, Camp MacArthur; U. S.; dd (mening) June 3,’17. Galvin, Hugh Victor, 29, m, Mauston; pvt 5fa; U. S.; dd (influ) Oct 9, ’18. Gibney, Clark Elman, 25, Elroy; pvt 341inf; kia Oct 17,’18. Gilligan, Earl Philip, 22, Camp Douglas; pvt 107fsbn SigC; Alsace tngsec, Chateau Thierry; dw Aug 8, ’18. Havey, Wallace M., 27, Lyndon Station; pvt 127inf; dw Oct 17,’18. Jones, Benjamin, 27, Camp Douglas; WNG; corp 128inf; 2Marne, Juvigny; kia Sept 1, ’18. Kegler, Earnest D., 27, New Lisbon; pvt 59inf; overseas; dd (tuberc) Mch 7, ’20. Koehn, John Martin, 21, New Lisbon; core Prsnr of War Escort...

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Juneau County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records

Wisconsin Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the Wisconsin county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Juneau County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Juneau County, Wisconsin WIGenWeb Camp Douglas Cemetery Dauger Hill Cemetery East Lemonweir Cemetery Fountain Lutheran Cemetery Werner Cemetery Ranney or Hustler Cemetery Plymouth (Norwegian Evangelical Church) Cemetery Oakwood Cemetery St. Francis of Assissi Cemetery Bayview Cemetery New Lisbon City Cemetery New Miner or Novotny Cemetery Suldal Cemetery St. Theresa’s Cemetery Pine Eden Cemetery...

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Biography of John O’Day, Esq.

Among those who have given Greene county its enviable reputation for possessing men of high character, large brain, and sterling worth and ability, is Mr. John O’Day, one of the leading members of the Greene county bar. Mr. O’Day was born in the city of Limerick, Ireland, November 18, 1843. He was brought in infancy with his father’s family to America, his parents settling at first in the State of New York. When he was about 12 years of age the family removed to Juneau county, Wisconsin, where John was educated in the common schools and at an academy. Arriving at the years of maturity, and developing remarkable talent for that profession, he engaged in the study of law, under Judge Windsor, of Maustin, Wisconsin. In 1862 he attended the law school at Albany, N. Y., and in May, 1864, he was admitted to the bar at Now Lisbon, Wisconsin, before Hon. Geo. W. Cate, afterward a prominent member of Congress. Leaving Wisconsin in September, 1865 Mr. O’Day settled in Springfield, February 14 following, and has here since remained, engaged in the active practice of his profession, in which he has been extraordinarily successful. For years he was one of the leading criminal lawyers in the Southwest, and now is regarded as standing in the front rank of the corporation attorneys of the country. Since the year 1870 he...

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